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Adoption policy

Feral Feline Project was founded in June of 2007 by two heartfelt coworkers in Wheeling after several citizens were requesting help with their very large and growing feral cat colonies.\xa0 We knew of Spay and Stay of Lake County, another Trap Neuter Return (TNR) organization and with their assistance and guidance, we molded Feral Feline Project. Along with the cooperation of a local vet and 2 new volunteers willing to transport cats to Anti Cruelty Society in Chicago, Feral Feline Project started to TNR.\xa0 We quickly realized there was a need that reached out farther than Wheeling, so we opened our door to everyone in Northern Cook County.\xa0 By the end of our first year we had purchased 30 traps, increased to an all volunteer staff of 7 and sterilized and placed close to 150 cats and kittens.\xa0\xa0 We adopt\xa0out about 150 cats and kittens each year.

  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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